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and mother and child. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california. mr. waxman: mr. speaker, i yield one minute to the gentleman from colorado, mr. salazar. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. salazar: mr. speaker, i am especially pleased that this bill will help rural america. currently, physicians in rural areas are reimbursed less for medicare than their urban counterparts. h.r. 3962 will rume burs primary care physicians in rural areas, not only to equalize the disparity but to make rural communities more attractive to physicians. most of my district is considered a health professional shortage area. in my district in colorado, we have three counties with only practicing physician. we have one county with none at all. this bill will increase the number of physicians in all my counties and improve access for 106,000 medicare beneficiaries. this bill will expand insurance coverage to 111,000 currently uninsured citizens in my district. it will help 184,000 low-income families pay for their insurance. our current system is broken and it is
. this is like a little place i call california. this is where it affects you, because, again, the world market freaked out over dubai's problems. they were like, whoa, whoa, wait a minute. california is in the same situation. let's start here. dubai has 75 billion dollars a year of g.d. p. california's g.d.p. is $1.8 trillion every year. california is the 8th largest economy in the world. it's ahead of countries, i mean, like real countries like italy. what happens to the world when the rest of the world figures out, wow, california is going down? when that becomes apparent to the rest of the world, what happens? over the weekend, while we were eating, dubai had this story break and the dow dropped 155 points before closing three hours early for the thanksgiving holiday. again, california, the 8th largest economy in the world, with a g.d.p. of $1.8 trillion. california now is reportedly up to $130 billion in debt. they're handing out iou's at tax time. sorry we can't pay you the money you put in, but here's an iou. we're good for it. really? they are now proposing new 10% taxes. they call the
't, the government is going to mandate that? california is trying to go green, ban big screen t.v.'s but the t.v. industry only has to revamp that by 2011. oh, yeah, that's going to happen. that's going to hahn. you're going to be cuba soon in california! usually they know how to give you the opportunity to reinvent yourself back to the black and white. while they're saying in california we have to reduce t.v.'s and all the energy, nbc is telling me to watch green week, watch television! can you connect the two. al gore says the world is going to explode if we don't curb global warming but al gore uses 12 times more energy than the average american and is still eating meat. how is that hotdog and cheeseburger, fat al? the cheeseburger and hotdog leading the reason for greenhouse gases. i don't care what the experts say on healthcare. they are going to pass this thing. it really doesn't matter. unless you stand up! i mean, you want to talk about a shield between the constitution and these politicians, we need some human shields for the constitution, my goodness! you got to stand there, send a c
. a simpler way to ship. >> couric: you know, usually california and nevada are pretty good neighbors, but in this economy, they're at war over jobs. ben tracy tells us about a cross-border battle that started with a put-down and escalated from there. >> reporter: las vegas is a city built on a gamble, but now it wants to be seen as a sure bet, so it's taking its show on the road. ♪ ♪ sending dancers to hollywood and launching a series of snarky new ads on california airwaves. >> california business owners, let's compare apples to apples. >> reporter: it's all part of nevada's effort to poach companies across the border. >> and i don't even mind if you call me a poacher. that's okay. >> reporter: summer hollingsworth is waging nevada's war, his state busted by the recession is now spending $1 million on ads to lure california companies. >> we've got to get out of dodge. we call it running for the border. you have to run for the border and come to las vegas because it's a totally different ballgame. >> reporter: in fact one study found nevada has the fourth lowest business taxes i
services from in the state. you see variation across the state. host: tweet from greg sanders. california passed prop 13 to cap taxes. you get what you pay for. is that was back in the 70's. >> california is still feeling the impact of that and it posts that in states when voters weigh demand direct the state on how to spend revenues, they um... for all kinds of terrific society reasons, what ends up happening is they tie the legislature hands when they have to deal with a recession like this and we saw similar things in arizona where the voters weighed in and increased eligibility for medicaid a terrific thing, but it costs money and increased i think the amount of sales tax for education. the legislature can't cut those and it has to deal with revenue gap. >> if the panel on bailouts and the government of last resort, i'm sorry, the bailout as the insurer of last resort. you are in the right place. it is good to see all of you. this is a fascinating subject, fascinating and scary. we have a wonderful panel, so we will talk about some of these issues today. it seems the troubles of 200
we can begin debate. for what purpose does the gentleman from california rise? >> mr. speaker, pursuant to h.res. 903, i call up h.r. 3962 and ask for its immediate consideration. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 3962, a bill to provide affordable, quality health care for all americans and reduce the growth in health care spending and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 903, the amendment printed in part a of house report 111-330 perfected by the modification printed in part b of the report is adopted and the bill as amended is considered as read. after four hours of debate on the bill, as amended, equally divided among and controlled by the chair and ranking member -- ranking minority member of the energy and commerce, the chair and ranking minority member of the committee on ways and means and the chair and ranking minority member of the committee on education and labor, the further amendment printed in part c of the report, if offered by the gentleman from michigan, mr. stupak or his
? the speaker pro tempore: general leave is subject to a page limit. the gentleman from california. ms. ros-lehtinen: if the gentleman will yield, i want to be clear, when you asked under general leave for unanimous consent, i will object to that. for the printing of the record. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady has objected. the gentleman from california is recognized. the gentleman has five minutes remaining. mr. ellison: further parliamentary inquiry. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from minnesota's time has expired. the gentleman from california. >> parliamentary inquiry. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman will state his inquiry. >> is it my understanding that the gentleman from minnesota lost time because of the pafrlmentry inquiry. the speaker pro tempore: no. his time has expired. >> thank you. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california is recognized. mr. berman: madam speaker, i yield myself the balance of the time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields himself five minutes. mr. berman: the question is raised by several opposing speakers, why are
think that is a difference. look around you. there are no northeastern or california people here, they are all midwestern and, you know, people that are like her, i think. which is not like the normal politician we see today. >> now i'm going to have to ask you, what is wrong with people from the northeast or california. >> nothing i was born in new york but, you know, they think when you are leaving new york city you are camping out. and that's not true. it's, you know, again i think she sounds like the average american and when you ask her a question, she answers it, like the average american would, instead of the politicians today, that run away from most of your questions. >> do you think she has a chance to be president someday? >> i think she has, my own guess would be her plan would be to get on the campaign trail, with other conservatives, she'll raise a lot of money for them and will be able to stand next to them and i think show they are somewhat like her and not again like this average politician and i think after the election, next november, she'll sit there and say,
. >>> a store clerk battled with a burglar for his rifle during a robbery in california. security video shows the cashier charge the armed robber and fight with the man for at least five minutes. the clerk eventually wrestled the rifle away, causing the suspect to run away. >>> elsewhere in california, high school students were battling gravity as they competed in pumpkin launching. 150 teenagers participated in the event, constructing elaborate catapults. in addition to its educational value, the competition also found a very fun use for all those leftover halloween pumpkins. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. good morning, bill. it's always a great day to launch a pumpkin, right? >> i've never done that. have you ever done anything like that? >> i haven't. but it does look like a lot of fun. >> active weather pattern. very quiet all week long. now all of a sudden things with picking up. a storm headed to the pacific northwest in the next 24 hours. if you're traveling to seattle or portland, you co
now dozens of students are barricaded inside a university building in santa cruz, california to protest fee hikes and it's just one in a series of protests that spread to berkeley and u.c. davis. i-reporter charles parker sent us this photo from one of the protests. all this is happening because the board of regents announced that they need to charge students 32% more to attend. they say the state budget krumpbl leaves them no choice. and that was the scene at the university of california u.c. berkeley yesterday as students clashed with police. 41 people who barricaded themselves inside a building at the u.c. berkeley campus were arrested. and coming up, we're going to hear from one of our i-reporters who was underground at a building blockade. >>> some of the college students in pennsylvania are being told to shape up if they want to graduate. the requirement kicked in four years ago and it's now in its fourth year. obesity and diabetes are problems in the african-american community. >> we want a student never to be able to say god forbid they'll wheeled out on a gurney or a
to be in a jeep cherokee with california plates. >>> a boy was found in a dryer at a neighbor's house. police say he drown. they say that he knew the 14-year-old boy accused of killing him and voluntarily went to his fresno, california, home. the child was killed within an hour and stuffed in a dryer. alex's mother says she's struggling with the fact that happened so close to home. >> my son was here and he would play here and i knew he was close by. we were trying to find out that he was only feet away from us. >> it appears the teen suspect acted alone but they're interviewing his family. prosecutors are decide whether to try the teen as an adult. >> new security measures in place at a california high school where police say a 15-year-old girl was gang raped last month. the district put up automated lights in the area where the attack allegedly occurred. today they are taking bids for security cameras. the student assured people at a rally that the school is safe. church leaders called for 100 volunteers to help. >> we believe that if we had a presence on campus during the lunch hour and in the
with it? particularly in california? >> our focus is defined benefit pension plans for everybody. we advised the governor of california in 2005 when he decided he was going to try to address the increasing liability of the state of california for the current, or what still is their current defined benefit. he got run over badly and backed off of that. my question to the panel, particularly doug because he mentioned the problem, do you see realistic abilities, politically or realistically, to curtail the liabilities. or do you anything going on currently to address the liabilities? >> this is not my area of expertise. what i have heard is -- i think it would be very difficult to take it away once it's been given. but there ought to been effort to establish a two-tier system where the employees come in now. >> the federal government did change its system in the early '80 from the old traditional very generous define benefit pension plan to a mix. we said that is a possibility. so there are other options available. the people who would change it are the people who would get the pensions
con la reforma de salud. >> el departamento de correccionales de california en el ojo de la tormenta por el caso de una mujer que estuvo secuestrada 18 aÑos. >> acusados de robar y vender reciÉn nacidos. >> hola, muy buenas noches, en bienvenidos a esta ediciÓn del noticiero univisiÓn Última hora, pistoleros abrieron fuego en ciudad juÁrez y mataron a seis hombres,1 de las vÍctimas era un soldado norteamericano de 26 aÑos. en el lugar se vendÍan drogas. >> hoy hace un aÑo que barack obama ganÓ las univisionultima h >> hace un aÑo tenÍa un contundente triunfo que el presidente recordÓ en un colegio de wisconsin, promoviendo la reforma educativa. hora fue un dÍa de esperanza, posibilidades y seriedad porque sabÍamos que íbamos a enfrentar retos que nos pondrÍa a prueba. propuso una reforma de salud para mejorar los costos. >> logrÓ evitar lo peor, cuando asumiÓ, realmente hubo mucho miedo que todo el sistema financiero podrÍa colapsar. >> propuso un diÁlogo con irán, alivia la tensiÓn con rusia y tomÓ modestos pasos con cuba. >> el Ánimo y la imagen y la una v
and now they're fighting back. >>> and power grab. california may be about to regulate flatscreen tvs. it's a grieve move but it has some folks asking, what will they come after next? "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. there has been another change, a big one in the recommendations concerning when women should get mammograms and now no one can blame american women if at this point they are thoroughly confused. this policy change is being described as a seismic shift. after all, breast cancer is the second leading cause of death in this country and now women being told it's fine to wait in effect until age 50 before getting tested if there's no family history. before we talk with one of the leading experts in this field, we want to begin our reporting tonight with our chief medical editor dr. nancy snyderman. >> place this arm on your hip. >> reporter: 45-year-old diane morello has been taught that getting an anil mammogram can save her life. >> just going to take a quick look at the image, okay. >> reporter: but things may change for
to trade on wall street today. nasdaq off 13. bob? >> up next, maria, from new york to california, two of the states hardest hit by the recession, how they're trying to make an economic comeback. >>> the baltic dry index keeps hitting new highs, sending economic growth signals. some say this leading indicator may be about to become a lagging one. we will explain next up. >>> after the bell, royal caribbean will soon launch the world's largest cruiseship. is there really enough passenger demand in the sluggish economic environment? ceo richard fain tells us why it's full steam ahead for his company at 4:00 p.m. eastern time. >>> here's what the action is on the street today. citigroup leading the list. >>> welcome back. the research calls, the latest upgrades and downgrades. aflac upgraded to overweight from equal weight by morgan stanley on the belief that the industry will begin delivering sales growth and deliver on equity expansion next year. dillard's upgraded by deutsche bank, also hiking its price target on the stock to $28 from $13.50, because the company's cost-cutting initiati
, head of the elections commission of the california elections offer, and according to the returns of the special election on november 3, 2009, john garamendi was elected to the house of representatives. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from california rise? one moment, please. clerk will resume. the clerk will resume. the clerk: indicating that according to the unofficial returns of this special election held november 3, 2009, the honorable john garamendi was elected representative to congress for the 10th congressional district, state of california. with best wishes, i am, signed sincerely, lorraine c. miller, check of the house. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from california rise? >> i ask unanimous consent that the gentleman from california, the honorable john garamendi be permitted to take the oath of office today. the certificate of election has not arrived yet there is no contest and no question has been raised with regard to his election. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. -- the speaker: without objection.
. >>> in these challenging economic times nowhere more so than in california where a crushing deficit has prompted something new. a 10% increase in that state's withholding tax. and it has been an unwelcome surprise to millions of taxpayers. our report from nbc's chris jansing. >> reporter: in sacramento employees can't believe their ears. >> i had no idea. >> reporter: or their paychecks. >> i was definitely surprised. >> reporter: during the lenl active battle over california's huge deficit, lawmakers added a new provision, withholding 10% more state taxes and it's just now kicking in. for a typical family of four making $90,000, taxes go up as much as $368 a he year. for a single person about $211. the plan is to give the money back at tax return time. in other words, taxpayers are floating the government an interest-free loan, and a lot of people aren't happy about it. >> it's the government. they're like the mafia. they can do whatever they want. i mean, i only make minimum wage. >> reporter: like restaurants across the country, business has been down at j.j.'s, and like other businesses, the upcoming
in california politics. then the house passes a bill that restricts abortion coverage. "behind the headlines," memoirs of an abortion addict. >> bonnie: hello. i'm bonnie erbÉ. welcome to "to the contrary," a discussion of news and social trends from diverse perspectives. up first, california democrat barbara boxer may face her first female opponent, and it's getting nasty. just a week into her high-profile campaign to unseat senator barbara boxer, republican carly fiorina is already stirring up controversy. fiorina began circulating emails criticizing boxer as arrogant and disrespectful toward the u.s. military in this june incident. >> the lacpr -- >> do me a favor. could you say senator instead of ma'am. it's just a thing. i worked so hard to get that title. i'd appreciate it. thank you. >> bonnie: the carly for california campaign created a website callmebarbara.com and promises supporters their donations will ensure no military officers will ever be berated by senator boxer again. feminists accuse fiorina of resorting to sexism, but republicans hope the former hewlett-packard ceo will
to senator john mccain's presidential campaign and now she wants to represent california in the united states senate. we'll hear from hewlett-packard's ceo carla fiorina gets the last word next. >>> i'm john king and this is "state of the union." here are stories breaking this sustained. the death toll rises. chinese media say 92 people have died in a coal mine explosion in the northeastern part the country. and a rescue effort is under way still for another 16 workers trapped underground. >>> three days and students are still occupying an administration buildingalt university of california santa cruz over fee expenses. those are your top stories this hour here on "state of the union." up next, we will talk to the woman who wants to be senator from california. former hewlett-packard's ceo carla fiorina gets "the last word," next. because of one word, imagination and reality have merged. because of one word, a new generation-- a fifth generation-- of fighter aircraft has been born. because of one word, america's air dominance for the next forty years is assured. that one word... is how. immune
miles west of amarillo, texas. >>> california corrections officers admit they dropped the ball and they are now working to improve the monitoring of relief -- released sex offenders. a report shows several missed chances of catching phillip garrido. manuel gallegus has more from new york. >> a new report says parole officers failed to properly supervise phillip garrido 90% of the time and completely missed that jaycee lee dugard was in his yard for three years. >> it was three years after he paroled that he got jaycee lee dugard. >> she was appalled. she was raped by phillip garrido in the mid-70s. he was paroled after serving 11 years. >> to say they dropped the ball is an understatement. there were to many mistakes throughout the years. >> reporter: the california inspector general says the first mistake is when he was classified as low risk. >> mistake that set the tone for probably the rest of the mistakes. >> reporter: the report found parole agents never investigated utility lines leading to the secret compound where he was held and agents failed to follow up when neighbo
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some meth methamphetamine which had been illegally synthesized at a lab in southern california. this was 1984, and the reapers were just beginning to sell meth whenever they could get it from long beach. there, according to dea, former hell's angels had gone into business with maverick pharmaceutical company chemists in order to produce salable quantities of highly-pure powdered meth. lori's brother-in-law cut her two lines on the table on a sunny, clear afternoon. of the experience lori, who was no stranger to narcotics, says simply that she had never felt so good in all of her life. the singularity of that feeling is what would soon connect ottumwa to a nascent california drug empire. in doing so, a major piece of the meth epidemic puzzle would fall into place. the first day lori got high, she went to the bar. she says she'd been given a little meth to sell because floyd's brother wanted to see what kind of a market ottumwa might prove to be. lori gave away half the meth knowing intuitively that this would help her hook customers. the other half quickly sold out. and in the p
but in california older people are more likely to die from it. a study says the fatality rate from h1n1 in california is around 11%, but for people over 50, the fatality rate is as high as 20%. the study only looked at california cases from april to august. >>> on the 30th anniversary of the iranian hostage crisis, president obama said he wants to move beyond the past and build a relationship with iran based on mutual interests and mutual respect. u.s./iran relations have been hostile since the day islamic students stormed the embassy and held hostages for days. >> we certainly didn't expect it to last that long. they have said they didn't expect it to last that long but what they did, in effect, was to create a climate of lawlessness and mob rule that they and their compatriots are today. >> they hold a rally to celebrate the event. today there's something different. anti-government protesters are also on the streets and we are getting reports of clashes with police. no word yet, though, about any injuries. >>> three missing north dakota softball players were found dead tuesday in a je
a struggling musician at the age of 21, was first accused of a sexual attack. it was 1972 antioch, california. garrido and a friend picked up two girls walking to the public lay library or so it was ald by leonard orman of the antioch police department. >> they started driving around. appently mr. garrido provided them with bar about it atmosphere. >> reporter: the victim remembers she was taken to this hotel and was sexually assaulted and then woke up in the hospital. >> the victim made a decision not to testify. therefore, the case was dropped. >> reporter: and, thus, our use of the word alleged. and thus also, perhaps, the first opportunity missed. there would be, as you'll see, several more. garrido soon landed in reno, married his high school sweetheart, lived as far as anyone in the world around him knew an unremarkable life. and then in november of 1976, philip garrido went hunting. this is where he came. it's just across the state line in california. where in the south lake tahoe parking lot he found what he was looking for. >> after i got in my car and started backing out, actually,
the gentlelady from california rise? ms. watson: to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. ms. watson: mr. speaker, i'm so proud of this house for getting the health reform out. and what is in it for small business? no entry fairs better under reform than small business. that's because the current health insurance system is rigged against small business which now faces fewer choices, higher costs and as a consequence less stable coverage for their workers. health insurance reform will level the playing field and provide more stability and security to small business. and small businesss then will be able to cover all -- small businesses then will be able to cover all their employees and the reform will lead to more jobs. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. for what purpose does the gentleman from south carolina rise? mr. wilson: mr. speaker, i ask permission to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized
up and boil over today in two different places -- on the streets of southern california and in a hearing room in washington. the targets of the anger were very different, but the pent-up emotion was the same. we begin tonight with a grilling for the administration top money man. our own kelly o'donnell is on capitol hill tonight. kelly, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. tension and impatience over the state of the question turned what could have been a dry hearing into something rather dramatic. both democrats and republicans accuse treasury secretary tim geithner of failure, and it is rare to see members of congress say a top cabinet official should lose his job. >> the way he handled the economy for the sake of our jobs, will you step job from your post? >> it's a great privilege for me to serve this president. i agree with almost nothing in what you said. >> reporter: blistering performance reviews aimed at the treasury secretary from republicans today. >> this is your budget. this is your bailout. this is your stimulus. this is your action. >> i take fu
.s. dollar. it must stop social engineering that could bankrupt america. do you know that in california, they're going to now withhold an extra 10% of everybody's paycheck? they are gangsters out there in sacramento. they just come in and whack every working person with a 10% tax surcharge. people might get it back after they file, but come on. that is not responsible government. that is hurting honest working people. the liberal legislature in california has destroyed the state and now they are stealing money from the folks to cover their horrendous mistakes. that can happen on the federal level. nancy pelosi and her far left crew have raised the federal tax rate to 45%. that is not capitalism. that is fidel castro stuff, confiscating wages that people honestly earn. president obama needs a dose of reality, quick. i am here for him. that is "the memo." let's bring in dick morris. he is the author of "catastrophe." you could come with me. >> rove and i have been there. the job is not worth having. bill: i do not believe it. i would take that job. you can come with me and to the polling. i am
something from his past help him survive? all dogs and cats for that matter may go to heaven, but california's budget problems could send them there sooner. why pet owners better keep track of their four-legged family members or risk losing them forever. what? that's next. ♪ i have asthma. and when my symptoms-the coughing, wheezing, tightness in my chest came back- i knew i had to see my doctor. he told me i had choices in controller medicines. we chose symbicort. symbicort starts to improve my lung function within 15 minutes. that's important to me because i know the two medicines in symbicort are beginning to treat my symptoms and helping me take control of my asthma. and that makes symbicort a good choice for me. symbicort will not replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. and should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort contains formoterol. medicines like formoterol may increase the chance of asthma-related death. so, it is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on other asthma medicines. see your doctor if your asthma does not improve or gets worse. i know symbico
start to kick up. in southern california. in the midst of storm, you'll see snow in the mountains of arizona and new mexico. >> thanks so >> thanks so much. more on your sunday outlook later on the show. bill? >>> we turn now to the one-car crash heard around the world. police are scheduled to interview tiger woods and his wife later today. about what actually happened in that early friday morning accident that sent the famed golfer to the hospital. this will be their third attempt at interviewing the couple. to explain why, we go to espn's tom rinaldi. good morning, tom. >> good morning, bill. the wall street journal reports that a neighbor of woods made a 911 call. it's just the latest detail in an investigation that's ongoing as are the questions. at 2:45 saturday afternoon, investigators from the florida highway patrol pulled up to the gates of isleworth. they were asked there to ask woods for more details about the single-car accident. according to the fhp, the golfer's agent said that woods and his wife were unavailable to be interviewed. and troopers were asked to return su
california. en septiembre del 2005 llego de trabajo a su casa y se encontrÓ con lo inimaginable. >> la h@tqi[oxypnkpsabÍa que al habÍa pasado. en aquel momento sospechÉ que habÍa salido del país. >> en ese momento no puede pensar que su vida habÍa cambiado para siempre, comenzÓ una larga batalla. esposa dejando de origen mexicano se fue. sin detecciÓn cruzó la frontera llevando a su hija. > > yo estaba llamando diariamente para intenrar hacer lo que hice antes. > >> de la noche la maÑana se convertÍan otro caso mÁs de sustracciÓn de menores. tqi[oxé@ >> muchos ciudadanos que son ciudadanos de estados unidos y mÉxico simultÁneamente, visitan a sus familias y si por cuarta razÓn aparecer sufriendo problemas a veces deciden quedarse. >> alejandro ha gastado mÁs de $60,000, tratando de recuperar a su hija, h@áánot univ-ultima investigador privado que le ayudÓ a localizar donde vive su hija. >> la vi por retratos. que me entregaron los investigadores. sentÍa en ese momento como verdadero papÁ. >> la ley, no justifica el secuestro de un menor bajo ninguna circunstancia.
by the end of next year, december, 2010, just in california when the southwest part of the country, california, arizona, and nevada -- that we will stand up close to 5,000 megawatts of power mostly from solar energy, some from wind energy just in that part of the country. that's equivalent of the amount of power from 15 medium-sized coal-fired power plants. that's the agenda that we're working on and you'll hear some more about that today and the number of jobs created just from those projects that we have fast-tracked across the west will be somewhere in the neighborhood of 40 to 50,000 jobs. and as we move forward from the direction from president obama to tackle the challenges of climate change, this department of the 20% of the land assets of the united states and who are land managers and scientists are very much at the forefront of chartering that new frontier on how we address the reality of climate change and you will hear from the many people in the department of interior who are working on that signature issue of our time. with that, what i would like to do at this point
on the motion from the gentlelady from california, ms. chu, to suspend the rules and pass s. 5099 on which the yeas and nays -- 1599 on which the yeas and nays are ordered. the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: senate 1599, an act to amend title 36 united states code to include in the federal charter of the reserve officers association leadership positions newly added in the constitution and bylaws. the speaker pro tempore: the question is, will the house suspend the rules and pass the bill. members will record their votes by electronic device. this is a five-minute vote. [captioning made possible by the national captioning institute, inc., in cooperation with the united states house of representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the u.s. house of representatives.] the speaker pro tempore: on this vote the yeas are 423, the nays vote the yeas are 423, the nays are -- the speaker pro tempore: on this vote the yeas are 425, the nays are zero. 2/3 of those voting having res
than 117,000 in california. in antioch, california, where kidnap victim jaceee duggard was held in a backyard for 18 years, allegedly by convicted rapist phillip garrido, there are 92 registered sex offenders just in garrido's zip code. those numbers have prompted cities and states across the country to pass laws restricting where sex offenders can live. jessica's law here in california prohibits sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of a school or a park, places children congregate. similar restrictions in other states are forcing sex offenders to cluster in isolated areas, like this encampment, under a miami freeway. parole officer mauricio lopez monitors 20 high-risk sex offenders in one pasadena, california, neighborhood. neighbors are fearful. >> we've had neighbors now who do not allow their children to ride their bikes or go out of the house at all. >> reporter: authorities have lost track of some 100,000 sex offenders. critics say better tracking, not isolation, is the answer. >> the most dangerous sex offenders are highly mobile, so they will travel. they'll move
quién no. jorge, regreso contigo. >> una última pausa. a la vuelta, la protestas en california. Él es de arizona, entonces qué estaba haciendo en california? isionh@tvharoÑvzkph@noticio un@ >> en california, hubo protestas por la ceremonia en reconocimiento del sheriv de arizona. pero las protestas también fueron en contra del hombre que organizó eso. >> controversial ha resultado la visita del ag uacil al ser de california. región en la que habita la mayor concentración de hispanos en el país. >> para nosotros él es una persona non grata, realmente nosotros estamos indignados el hecho de que otro loh@noticiero en esa región. >> para crear su propia reforma migratoria en el condado de maric opa. eso es lo que está haciendo. entonces, nosotros realmente no queremos que ese clima se transmita para el condado de orange, para ninguna parte de este país. >> el invitado de honor en un evento para recaudar fondos, para la campaña de bill hunt, quien se ha postulado para jefe del departamento del condado de orange. >> mucha tristeza que tenga que excavar a los suelos de la basura a t
to the drawing board. >>> scores of sky divers attempt a record-setting jump in california. >>> and paying tribute. the nation honors america's bravest for their service and the nation honors america's bravest for their service and their sacrifice. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm christina brown. >>> today we begin with many options but no clear answer. senior administration officials say president obama plans to reject each of the possible scenarios laid out for a new american strategy in afghanistan. the president is pushing his national security team for more specifics on how, when and under what circumstances the u.s. will be able to turn over control to the afghan military. a key concern involves the credibility of president karzai's government, which is largely seen as corrupt, both inside and outside afghanistan. though the top u.s. commander there has called for at least 40,000 additional forces, the president wants to make clear that the u.s. is not pursuing an open-ended commitment. >>> well, in the wake of last week's deadly shooting
estas elecciones, nos acompaÑa desde sacramento california, nuestro analista polÍtico arnaldo torres. >> eran eleccionesimportantes porque querÍamos ver si la personalidad y el carisma del presidente podÍa mantener esos dos estados y las posiciones de los gobernadores en la campaÑa, o en el campo de los demÓcratas, era muy importante, pero desafortunadamente vimos que la personalidad del presidente no era candidato en esta dos elecciones, la maquinar polÍtica no pudo estimular. >> en virginia, new jersey y tambiÉn un lugar del norte de nueva york. >> la casa blanca, la operaciÓn polÍtica del presidente criticÓ mucho la campaÑa del candidato demÓcrata de virginia, dijo que no era buen candidato, que llevÓ a cabo una campaÑa muy mal, despuÉs que se metiÓ en el presente, no habrÍa mucho que podÍa hacer. en el otro caso estamos hablando de un estado que tiene un desastre econÓmico y que desafortunadamente no podÍa rescatar la campaÑa. el candidato republicano, tampoco era alguien muy impresionante, el problema fue que los independientes votaron por obama en las presid
tournament this week in california. >> remind us where we are at in the season and what's at stake for him as a player? >> this is his charity event. he wants to be there. that will be interesting. if he's in a press conference on tuesday, lot of people will want to watch a press conference. but we are, what, five months away from the next major. the masters in april. there's a long way to go. before tiger woods has to play a meaningful golf tournament. >> christine brennan, thank you so much. >>> okay, bill, now to a christmas story of sort. as the recession grinds on, towns across the country are on thing things down. here's abc's eic horng. >> reporter: for more than a century, a city in illinois has dressed up its small-town streets for the holidays. but this year, high unemployment have threatened to turn the lights out on this beloved tradition. >> putting up christmas decorations. lot of people would argue that's something that you can do without. >> reporter: the town has cut the decorating budget by two-thirds. business owners worried customers would go elsewhere. >> it creates an
're in trouble, there's no brake! >> reporter: california highway patrol officer mark say error was in a 2009 lexus with his wife, daughter and brother-in-law. as the car raced out of control at 100 miles an hour. the brother-in-law called 911 from the back seat. >> we're approaching the intersection! we're approaching the intersection, hold on! >> reporter: all four died after the lexus hit a vehicle, crashed into an embankment, and burst into flames. in tokyo, the president of toyota formally apologized. "i offer my deepest condolences," he said. toyota said the problem was the wrong-sized all-weather rubber floor mat in the car which caught and held downhe gas pedal. the company ordered a huge floor mat recall. and to the outrage of some toyota owners, the federal government said that should solve the problem. in the california mojave desert, paul and saskia mcclain just passed a car when they say their toyota highlander surged to 100 miles an hour. they car did not have the floor mats involved in the recall. and you're certain there was nothing underneath the gas pedal? >> no, i looked. i
. a new generation of prospecters rushed to california as the price of gold soars to more than $1,000 an ounce. >> people are literally scratching away in these hills and they're making money. >> and rock on. the biggest stars in rock and roll mark the silver anniversary of their hall of fame. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. good evening. we begin with another twist in the afghan presidential election. challenger abdullah abdullah made it official today, he's dropping out of the next saturday's runoff vote. throwing the future of the electoral process into doubt. in response to the move, secretary of state clinton said today, "it is now a matter for the afghan authorities to decide on a way ahead." mandy clark is in the afghan capital of kabul tonight. >> reporter: with great drama, abdullah made his announcement. i protest the government's wrong doing. i will not participate in the elections. the message to his importanters is to sit out the election. but he's also sending a message to president karzai and it's a clear challenge to h
, but in california, older people are more likely to die from it. a study in the journal of the american medical association says the fatality rate from h1n1 in california is around 11%, 2000 people over 50, the fatality rate is as high as 20%. the study looked at california cases from april to august. >>> on the 30 lt anniversary of the iranian hostage crisis, president obama said that he wants to move beyond the past and build a relationship with iran based on mutual interests and mutual respect. u.s./iran relations have been hostile since the day islamic students stormed the u.s. embassy in tehran and held 52 americans hostage for more than 400 days. one of the hostages spoke with christian christi christian amanpour on cnn. >> we didn't expect to last that long, but what they did was create a climate of lawlessness and mob rule that they and their compatriots are today the greatest victims. >> iran's government holds rallies every year to celebrate that event, but today that's something different. anti-government protestors are also on the street and reports of clashes with police. no word,
. it's one of the biggest energy hogs in your home. now, california is proposing new energy-saving regulations for tvs. carla wohl brings the big picture in focus in tonight's report. >> reporter: nicholas violin has three tvs which is just about average for an american home. >> 52-inch lcd. my bedroom tv, 40 inches. >> reporter: and like most people he doesn't know how much energy his sets consume. >> i have no idea how much energy my tv uses. >> reporter: in fact, the california energy commission says 10% of home energy use is from power-hungry tvs. it wants to impose the nation's first regulations to reduce energy use on all sets under 58 inches. >> californians will save about $8.1 billion in the first 10 years that the standards are in effect. that's enough energy to power 864,000 homes. >> reporter: but retailers contend they could lose to% of their sales -- 20 % of their sales because manufacturers will be forced to pull some products out of california and consumers would go on-line to buy sets from out of state retailers. >> the company has been in california for 6
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